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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THT;n > - ^ Uo It aulckl}-. Cheap and ISatillr Hadi! If you liuvo a bad cougli or client cold wliicli rfiusea to .yield to ordinary remedies, KKt from any druKKi�t '"^Vi ounces of I'incx (50 centB worth), pour into a 1(1-ounce Ijottlo and (ill tliu l)oltIc with pliiin Kruniilntcd suRnr syrup. Start taking a tcnHpoonful every hour or two. In 24 bourB your courIi will be conquorcd or very nearly fo. Kvon wlioopiiift counh is RrcHtly re/ioved In tliia wny. 'J'lio above niixturo inakcH 111 ounces-a family Bupply-of tlio finest counh syrup that money could buy-at a cost o( only 54 oonts. Knsily iircpnrcd in fi minutes. Full directions with I'incx. Tills Pincx and SuKar Syrup propdirtt-tion takes rlRlit hold of a coU){li nnd Rives almost immediutc rclipf. It louscnn the dry, hoarso or tight coukIi iA n. way that is really rcmarKablc. Jt also quickly boats tho inflamed membranes which ao-coninany ii painful coukIi, and stops the formotion of plilccni in thp thromt ttld broncbinl tubes, thus endinn the persistent looHe couK". Excellent for bronebi-tie, spasmodic croup and winter couffbs. KocpB perfectly nnd tastes good-onll-drcn like it. I'inex is a special and hitjMy couocn-trotcd compound of (jcnuinc Norway pine extnict, ricli in cuaiacol, which h so hcttlinK to the mcmbrancB. To avoid diBappolntmcnt, ask your druRKiat for "2W ounces of Pinex,"^-do not accept anythinK else. A Kuarantce of absoluto satiflfaction, or money promptly refunded, Koes with this preparation. The Pinex Co., Toronto. Ont. PHONE 1224 CITY SCHOOLS ASK FOR HIGHER GRANTS FOR EDUCATION lidinonton, Feb. 28.-Several raem-bors ot the Kdraonton public and separate school boardij, armed also with credentials from other city school lioards in the province, waited ou Ihb pi-ovlncial cabinet this aftenioon and urged the government to make Increased  grants toward the cost o� education in the Uirser cities of the Iirovince. The trouble seems to be that owing to tho difllculties ot financing in these strenuous times, many of the urban^ school' boards (lud them- selves in a temporary monetary dilemma, and havq come to tho conclusion, as one of the remedies, that It would be a good/thing td obtain more money from the government in the way of Increased grants. Premier Slf-ton listened . sympathetically to the speeches by members of the delegation and promised consideration. In Charge of Grocery Dept. b. C. Gales, of Blairmore, is in is in charge of the grocery department at the Western Mercantile Co.'s new store. : . . inery Opening Wc take pleasure in announcing- the first view of our early Spring opening- Showing all the latest ])atterns includ-hc' jiig Gage Hat" W E CORDIALLY INVITE ALL THE LADIES TO AT-TEND. Friday & Sat'y Feb. 25 and 26 MISS TILNEY 817 Third Avenue South Lethbrldge THREATS FROM AUSTRIA Amsterdam, via London, I^eb. 23,- .A. dispatch from Uudanost quotes the Porter T.,Ioyd as stating that the Aus; trian government has decided to Ireat Montenegro as a conquered country Instead of one which surrendered, it, after tho lapse of a few days, King Nicholas persists in ignoring all iu-((uiries addressed to him liy the Austrian government. NAMED AFTER NURSE CAVELL Oitawn, Feb. Ti.-Tho geographic board of Canada lias decided to change the name of Mount Gelkle in the Canadian Rockies to Mount Ca-vell to commemorate the gallant nurse of that name, who was executed in Brussels by the Germans. The mountain Is 15 miles south of Jasper, and is 11,000 feet high. SHE DARKENED HER GRAY HAIR A Kansas City Lady Darkened Her Gray Hair and Stimulated Its Growth by a Simple Home Process She Tells How She Did It A well known resident ot Kansas City, Mo., who darkened her gray hair by a simple home process, made the following statement: "Any lady or gentleman can darken their gray or faded hair, stimulate its growth and make it soft and glossy with this simple recipe, which they can mix at home. To half pint of water add 1 oz. of bay rum, 1 small box of Or'lex Compound and M oz. of glycerine. These ingredients can be purchased at any drug store at very little cost. Apply to the hair eveiy other day until the gray hair is darkened sutfiC' lently, then every two weeks. This mixture reiiovea scalp troubles and is excellent for dandruff and falling hair. It does not stain the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off. It will make a gray haired person look 10 to 20 years younger.- Advertisement. . Invitations will shortlv be iKsueOK Angeles, Cal. Her brother, Mr. Hector McKenzle, wlio came to' see bis hrothor, Cnpt. E, C. McKenzle, before his departure with the Battery, accompanied his stater so.utU. �  � At a meeting of the prize list com-niltteo of tho Alberta Morse Breeders' association at the exhibition otllce, it was decided to hold evening meetings at the forthcoming Calgary spring horse show. The meetings will be hold Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 18, 14 and 15. The ladles' and girls' gym and swimming classes at the Y. M. C. A. will start on March Ul, providing that there is a large enough membership. All those intending to Join are asked to notify the secretary, .Mrs. Cr'alg, C24 8th Street or Phone 078. Tho regular meeting of the W'o-inen'B branch of the Ked Cross will be held at the rooms, iioi't ofllce building, tomorrow afternoon at 3.;i0. This meeting- is held every month and is open to every member ot the Hed Cross. The convenors ot the committees in charge of the entertainment and dance to be given on Feb. 2iith are asked to meet at 2.;iO sharp. The whiflt drive held by the Daughters and .Maids of England in the S. O. E. hall last evening was another big success, 21 tables being In play. It was given in aid of the Belgian Relief fund. Mrs. Whitehead and .Mrs. W. Hawkins cut for first and second prize for the ladies, while .Messrs, L. Snowden ond 0. \V. ,)ones gained honors for the gentlemen. Consolation prizes went to Mrs. K. W. Scott and Mr. F. Rossiter. .Mr. E. Scott made an efficient M.C. A comipllmentary dinner to .Mrs. Pankhurst, who arrives In Montreal on Febriiary 27th, will be given by the Equal' Suffrage League, in the Ritz-Carlton, Monday, Feb. 28tb, when the guost of honor will make the only suffrago speech dufing her .Montreal visit. Other cities which she will visit on her Canadian tour are Otta-^va, Cornwall, Hamilton, Toronto, London, Samia, Winnipeg and Brandon. w *  Mrs. Cobbledick was hostess of a very successful tea yesterday afternoon at the parsonage In the Interests of Wesley Ladies' Aid. The hostess was assisted in the drawing room by Mrs. Rivers, Mrs. Ball and Mrs. Gal-bralth, Mrs. Livingstone poured tea and was assisted by Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Kipp and Miss Trenhoime. During the afternoon songs by Mrs. Dawson and Miss Dowsett were much enjoyed.  Mrs. Thompson read acceptably an extract from Robert Service's works. SPRING MILLINERY OPENING FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEB. 25th and 26th .TIats'of every new .stylt; disphvyetl. Never jiiort! pleiitii'til. Opportunity for indivitiunl-ity, aiid evei'v iiKKleraLely'pirieed. Viii'rii^M'e coi'dially invited to attend. 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH LETHDRI.Pq.E SPRING MILLINERY OPENING Fri. and Sat, Feb. 25-26 ^ A Complete Line of all the Newest Spring Millinery for your Inspection. MISS CAMERON KZ Srd Avenue Soutl^ -TIE IB CROSS SOCIETY- ^\'e liave on di.sjihty in oiii" show windows Jiii iiilei'(>siiii,i>'exhibit of )irticle?^ iimde up by the Li^thliriflu'e hnuieli of the Red Cross Society. Tliis e.\hihit is niost interestinu' iiiid deiiionstrates tlic usefulness of tlie.Jled Cross. '^rhis stort^ will li'ive ii perc-eiiiatie of their (iik'iuivs on Tuesduy, Feb. 2Utii to the Ked Cross Eund find special iuduceinents Avill be off(;rcd for tliat (hiv. Watch Monday's Herald" Men's and Boys' Wear Priced Low ANOTHER BIG CUT IN MEN'S SUITS-Some very high grade all wool suits in dark colorings. Sizes nre Hfi, S7 and 38 only. A^'ilues to .flom for..... Values to $20.00 for____.lll-t.H!) MEN'S PURE SILK HALF HOSE In plain colors ot blue, grey, tan and black. Regular OQmi .'lO cents; special per pair ..4...... , Cww MEN'S WOOL SWEATER COATS in dark brown and light grey colons. Sizes to 40, ^ 4 QQ Regular %3.r>0 tor ................ 91 SMALL BOYS' LIGHT SPRING TWEED HATS In black and white check and plain colors. Prices run from 85c to $1.25. Boots and Shoes Greatly Reduced MEN'S PAT. BLUCHER BOOT.S, smart dressy styles. All si/.es. Regular CO QC t'>X>0 for ......................... 9�->w9 MEN'S TAN BOOTS-In blucher and button .stylos. A very dressy boot. All QC Reg. $G.OO for ................... ^OmV9 ODD LINES IN LADIES' BOOTS and OXFORDS Black and tan, blucher and button styles. Sizes 2% to 4. Regular price ?5.00. j� 4 Special per pair ................ 9 I ��tJI 50 Pairs only, FOX'S SPIRAL PUTTEES-This famous make always keep perfect CO shape; very special per pair...... 9C..wU New Spring Curtains and Draperies NEW COLORED BORDERED SCRIM, :',('. in. wide, dainty color ot blue, plixk or tan ORfk in borders, special per yard ........ fcUC COLORED BORDERED SCRIMS on a cream striped ground, very pretty and eftec- JCj* tlve, 36 in. wide, per yard .......... C9w SILKOLlNE-Suitable for bedroom drapery, comforter coverings, etc., inches Ofift wide. Price per yard ............... CUw Ladies' New Spring Suits We have a Piandsome collection of new Spring Suits to make an early selection from. Cut on the very latest and approved styles, In a very large variety of sires. Tiiey Include fine quality Serges, Gaberdines, Bedford Cords etc., and ail moderately priced, Fiolu .1^18.00 to .$35.00 Week-End Grocery List FLOUR-H. B. CO.'S SEAL  OF QUALITY .Guaranteed No. 1 Hard Wheat 49 lb sack' $1.69 38 lb. sack ......... . $3.40 GERMAD15, special 10 pound sack ......,., ........ 39c. CORN.MEAL. si)eclal 10 pound sack..................... 35c. OA'fiWEAL, special 10 pound sack. ,.......39c, ROLLED OATS, special 8 lb. sack .................... 33c. SYRUP-Cane.and .Jfaple .Mixture, hi gallon tins ..... 55c MOLASSSES.. finest 2 lb tins, special 3, .for.............. 25c. COCOA, Baker's, Fry's, Cowans or.Lowney's,.^! lb tins ...25c LEMON or Vanilla Flavouring, 2 oz. bottle ............ 10c. CORN STARCH, special 3 pack-eta ......................., 26c MACARONI, special 3 pkts 27c. CORN FLAKES^ Kellog's, 3 packets .......25c. SAUCE, H, P., special per bottle .................... 23c. BUTTER, BROOKFIELD CREAMERY, 7tit* 2 pounds for ...... I 3l# BACON,' finest breakfast, side or back, sliced, per lb, ...30c. CHEISSE, Ingorsoll Cream, per packet ........'. ....... 15c. PICNIC HAMS, special per pound ....'.... ... .. .. 16c CRISCO ,por tin .... 30c, 60c. EGGS, good fresh, por doz.. 35c LARD, 3 lb tin .......... 55c. Five lb. tin ........... 89c, 10 lb. tin ............ $1.70 SALMON, finest B. C. Red, per tin............... 19c. OX TONGUE extra special sliced, per lb............ SOc COOKED HAM, sliced, per pound ................ '^^'^ CORNED BEEF, sliced, per pound ................. 35c VEAL LOAF, special % pound tin ..............20c. LOBSTER, special 'A pound tin ..............30c OYSTERS-special, per large tin................... 26c SHRIMP, special per tin ..20c. COCOANUT, finest shredded per pound............. 22o. RICE, finest Japan, 4 lbs 25c. SAGO, 3 lbs.............. 26c TAPIOCA, 3 lbs.......... 25c. PRUNES, 2 lbs .......... 25c. FIGS, finest cooking, 2 lbs aSc PEACHES, extra fancy, evaporated, 2 lbs for ...---- 25c APRICOTS, extra fancy, evaporated, 2 lbs........... 35c. JAM-Crosse & Bla�kwell, 2 lb. tins, assorted ......36c JAMS, Raspberry, guaranteed pure, per pail ,........ 76c JAM, Raspberry and Apple, and Strawberry and Apple, four pound pail .........�... 45c. MARMALADE, Wagstafte's, 4 lb. pail ............. fi9c. BAKING POWDER, Bggo, 1 lb. tin .........^....... i!3c 5 pound tin 90c BRAN-100 lb sack ..... $1,20 SARDINES, King Oscar brand por tin ................ 15c. BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE, Strictly fresh, per lb. ...25c. SARDINES, Finest French, per tin.................. 20c. SARDINES, H.B.CO.'S iBeavor Brand, reg. 15c, special, fin Norwegian, 3 tins ... 35c SUNLIGHT SOAP, 11 bars SOc. ROYAL CROWN, Special two cartons............. .. 460 GOLDEN WEST WASHING POWI>ER, 2 cartons .... 46o FELS-NAPTHA, special per carton .............. 69c. LIFE BOUY, 11 bars .._____50c FAIRY SOAP, small size, eight tablets ................ 25c. IVORY SOAP, 11 bars ... 50c. GOLD SOiAP, 11 bars .... 50c PEAS, BEANS and CORN special, 3 tins for ............3.3c TOMATOES, 3 cans....... 40c SUGAR, Finest Pure Granulated 20 lb sack g0 for With grocery orders of |2.00 TEA-H. B. CO.'S Household . Blend, per pound, ...... 38c Three pounds for.....$1.00 COFFEE-H.B.Co.'s Household Blend, per pound ....... 35o. Three pounds ......... ?1.00 COFFBB-3-FineBt Mooha and Java, very special, per lb 46c LEMONS-Large juicy, per _ dozen.................. 30c. ORANGES, special per dozen, , .25c, 33c, and .......... 46e. BISCUITS-See our display In window. All one price, at per pound ............. 25o. APPLES, good eating, ii lbs 26c RED ROSE TEA, special 2 lbs lor...... ............ 85c. Work of Red Cross in Lethbridge The following list of (irtlcles shows the work that the women's branch of tho Lethbrldge Red Crpss Society have done from the. inauguration to 20th of January, ipifli; Day shirts 98; pyjamas. ,98; bed jackets 14; towels 111?; . pillows 4; socks (pairs) 207; fomentation wringers 14; bedside bags 7.V, hot water bottle covers 64; nightingales 25; night shirts 01; drcBRlrtg gown 1; bed socks (pairs) 32; sheets 89; pillow slips 224; wrtstieta (pairs) 12; broad bandngBH S3; Ittrge . pads 273; wash cloths 83; \yhtto liandlkerchlefs 309; surgical shirts 4ri2; straight bandages 4; small sheets 8; arm slings l.=i7: colored handkerphlefB 2^8; 'small pads 2B3; gauze wipes 2340; Burgical apron 1; extra largo pads 510; knitted wash ciotha: *153; unipufatlou rolls 12fi; bljiders 51', boxes of gtim IB; ice bags 6; flannel day shirts 17; cheesecloth hand'y 683; ro\\9^ .bandages 2400; gauze sonioresaos SW; 'T' bandftgps 124; wrltliiij pftds 31)! ItiVBo and small pads 480; mo.uth wipes 1581; personal property bags. 9; cheesecloth wash cloths 2G0; bath robes 11; bed socks (pairs) 5; Turkish towelling wasli cloths 100; tubes of toothpaste ."il; scissors (pairs) 10; Christmas cakes 2; triangular bangades ' 72; splints (pairs) 1; cakes ot soap 51; tootii brushes 51; large box candy 1'; abdominal bandages I'J; niajiy-tnlled bandages 3D. ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE Tho Red Cross are holding an entertainment and dance ou Feb. 29th in tho Masonic hall at S,30. The program for the entertftlnmont Is: Presentation of bugles to tho Kilties by the chldlren. Scotch dance by Jlaster John Oliver. Reveries of a Bachelor-Hla first love, Prlscllla Hammond; school girl, Eileen Waddtngton; debutante, MJsa Minnie Hazeil; riding girl, Mies Leslie Proud; nun, Mlsa ]3fflo Wallace; wintfif girl, .Miss Hsther Bonnajl; huntiiig girl. Miss Inzola Hardlo; widow. Miss Marcella Lafferiy; actre^Si Miss peuuel'athor; nurse. MlBsMftbol Wallace; bl'We, Miaa Alice Alnslee; oommere, Miss HotieysetL Ftmoy dance. Miss Helena Simpson and Mr. Guilbault. Kazoo orciiestra; conduct-or. Miss Bessie Hazeil-Miss Stoltsi. cello; Miss McKillop, 1st violin; Miss McCambly, 2nd violin; Miss Nellie Hazeil, snare drum; Aliss Dorothy Richardson, bass drum; Miss Mary Simpson,! liute; .Miss Angle Bawdou, concertina. Selection, Mr, Wadding-toii. Flour Fund for Belgium in Saskatchewan is nearly $40,000. " ' ' '> royaC yeastcakis M08TPERPC0T MADE. Oftan Imltatotf but n�vw aquallMk Do net xp�rlni�>it-th�'r� ! n� �th�r "Jutt M ;